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Keane insists that Wilson must rediscover his ‘hunger’ for the purpose to revive the interest of top clubs

“I think he has lost the eye of the tiger”: Roy Keane insists that Callum Wilson must rediscover his “hunger” for the goal if he wants to revive the interest of Chelsea and the best Premier League clubs, as the striker of Bournemouth comes back into action

  • The English striker was on the radar of Manchester United and Chelsea
  • But Wilson struggled for consistency this season, scoring only eight times
  • He returned against Tottenham on Thursday-evening after a two-game ban

Roy Keane says Callum Wilson, a Bournemouth strike, must rediscover his ‘hunger’ for the goal if he wants to revive the interest of top Premier League clubs.

The 28-year-old was linked with Manchester United and Chelsea after being called up by England and scoring 14 goals in the Premier League.

But Wilson has battled for consistency this season, scoring only eight times in 28 league appearances as the cherries slipped into the drop zone.

Bournemouth attack Callum Wilson was linked to Manchester United and Chelsea

Bournemouth attack Callum Wilson was linked to Manchester United and Chelsea

Wilson returned to Bournemouth against Tottenham on Thursday-evening after banning two games to collect 10 yellow cards.

Keane told Sky Sports: “The number of goals do you think Bournemouth is attacking.

“I remember looking at Wilson and thinking he was the real deal, called England.

Wilson returned for Bournemouth against Spurs on Thursday after a two-game ban

Wilson returned for Bournemouth against Spurs on Thursday after a two-game ban

Wilson returned for Bournemouth against Spurs on Thursday after a two-game ban

Roy Keane says Bournemouth strike Wilson should rediscover his 'hunger' for the target

Roy Keane says Bournemouth strike Wilson should rediscover his 'hunger' for the target

Roy Keane says Bournemouth strike Wilson should rediscover his ‘hunger’ for the target

“I think this boy has lost his hunger. He was rewarded in Bournemouth with a high wage, I think he lost the eye of the tiger. ‘

Despite the lack of goals, Keane believes Bournemouth can leave the drop zone.

He added, “They have to stay in the race, create some kind of performance. Get something, stay in the race, the last few games have been defeated after 10-15 minutes.

“A little more hungry, a little more desire, but there is quality in that team.

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